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Awakening World Dharma – Finding Liberation Through Living

August 12 - August 18

A 7-Day World Dharma Retreat

The Experiential-Empirical Exploration of Consciousness In Context
Finding Liberation Through Living In Every Circumstance We Face
To Attend the World Dharma Retreat in person or online.

 

Book Your Spot – IN PERSON

 

The Retreat Training is Grounded In: Mindful Intelligence-MQ, Insight Meditation and Micro-Dosing Along with Process-Oriented Experiential Buddhist Psychology & the Practice of Bhavana – the Beautification of Consciousness

World Dharma comes to life at the confluence of our inner world — consciousness and its contents —with its outer expression through creativity, mutuality and wise action — the liberating art of being true and human, finding freedom in every circumstance we face.

This special retreat is offered as a not-for-profit event – with multi-tiered pricing & some partial scholarships.

  • 17 Residential Participants (to accommodate all 3-tier pricing)
  • 11 Commuter Participants (to accommodate all 3-tier pricing)
  • 100 Online Participants (gifted freely or by donation if you wish)
  • The Retreat is also offered globally via Zoom, and is gifted freely or by donation.
  • Alan is offering his services to lead the retreat freely or by donation, if you wish.

In Addition, the World Dharma Training Retreat Will Explore “The Mapping of Consciousness, Cognitive Somatics & the Wisdom of Freedom Through the Dharma  Art of Choosing One’s Most Liberating States of Mind” Along with “Rebirthing – Mindfully Navigating Creative Futures”

“Consciousness is the forerunner of thought, speech, and action. In other words, the mind is the source from which the world comes into being. It is from the mind that we form identities, create myths, and fabricate illusions. It is from the mind that values are forged, principles are shaped, and freedom is known. Thus, it can be said: To know the mind (within inner and outer contexts) is the most important task of our life.” ~ Alan Clements

“Alan’s life is material for a legend. An innovative explorer of consciousness, intellectual artist, freedom fighter, former Buddhist monk, he shares his insights and experiences with a passion rarely seen and even more rarely lived.  He’ll make you think and feel in ways that challenge your entire way of being.” ~ Catherine Ingram, Author of In the Footsteps of Gandhi & Passionate Presence